Traditional Identity: The Commodification of New Zealand Maori Imagery

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2013
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Intellectual property
Cultural heritage
Archaeology
Anthropology
Cultural appropriation
Cultural commodification
Maori
New Zealand
Abstract: 

This presentation explores the story of appropriation, the often-fervent debates it has engendered, and the ensuing negotiations that attempt a responsible and respectful use of imagery by artists, designers and manufacturers.Deidre Brown is a Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture and Planning, the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Deidre is an IPinCH Associate.

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This talk was presented at the IPinCH Cultural Commodification, Indigenous Peoples & Self-Determination Public Symposium held on May 2, 2013 at the University of British Columbia.

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English
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Conference presentation
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